On April 5, Divya Bharti allegedly fell off her balcony and died at a tender age of 19. I have revisited the history and collect the details of some actresses who didn’t see the old age and died before they turn 40.
Meena Kumari was tragedy queen of 1970s. She was addicted to alcohol, which at last became the reason of her death in 1972. She died on March 31, 1972 at 39 years of age.
Geeta Bali was another famous female actress of India having extreme level of skills. She marred Shammi Kapoor and unluckily Geeta lost her life due to smallpox in 1965. She was only 35 years at that time.
Silk was also known with the name of Vijaylakshmi Vadlapati. Silk name was actually given to her when she did her successful movie Vandichakram and played the role of Silk. This south Indian beauty lost her life in 1996 and she was only 32 years at that time.
Madhubala was actually named Mumtaz Jahan Dehlavi. She was one of the greatest and wonderful actresses of her time. Unfortunately Madhubala lost her life due to a severe heart problem in 1950. She was hospitalized but couldn’t retain her breathes.
This child actress was actually named Rasna. She was a delicate and loving person and lost her life in a plane crash of Nepal during 2012. She was traveling in the plane with his mother. Taruni got fame when she appeared with Amitabh Bachchan in PAA.
Divya was a beautiful, talented and innocent lady of Bollywood. She started working in the movies at the age of 13. It took her no time to got worldwide popularity. Divya was drinking in her apartment when she got fell to the earth. She was only 21 years when she lost her life.
Smita was a talented and beautiful film actress of India. She did various movies with Amitabh Bachchan and won different national awards. Smita died in 1986 when she was only 31 years old due to a childbirth complication.
Jiah Khan, also known as Nafisa Khan debuted in Bollywood in 2007. She was only 25 years and her body was found hanging in her flat in June 2013. People say Jiah committed suicide because she was not satisfied with her acting career.